Sea View Asylum

( Manawatū-Whanganui )

Yo BW dnr
y Ol Chucky
Running Scared
time for a scrub
Store room BMC 2
Ol Chucky
Last one left...
Quiet Time 2 ...
Khoi DNR
JPS Crawl 4
Im Waiting 2
JPS BMC
Freddie
escape hatch
Fish bowl DNR
Enter your dreams dnr
Double Back DNR
DayGlow
Crooked Case dnr
13th
BMC Blah

a.k.a Hokitika Lunatic Asylum

Located on a government reserve, the land was terraced and consisted of approximately 150 acres (61 ha).
The major buildings included dormitories, single rooms, dining rooms, and a padded cell.

The Hokitika Gaol, containing 30 cells, was located on a terrace at Seaview.

The Seaview Lighthouse, a Category II registered Historic Place erected in 1879, was later used as an
observation tower by the hospital

The Seaview Asylum (often: Seaview Lunatic Asylum, Seaview Psychiatric Hospital or Hokitika Lunatic Asylum) was a psychiatric hospital located to the north of Hokitika, in the West Coast Region of New Zealand's South Island. Once the town's biggest employer, the hospital was staffed by a superintendent, matron, attendants, and a labourer. A comprehensive history of the hospital, Sitivation 125: A History of Seaview Hospital, Hokitika and West Coast Mental Health Services, was written in 1997 by Warwick Brunton, now an Associate Dean at the University of Otago.